Valencia and Brazil have been dealt a blow with the news goalkeeper Diego Alves is set for a lengthy absence with a serious knee injury.
Chelsea legend Didier Drogba has announced that Sunday's Premier League clash against Sunderland will be his last game for the club.
Newcastle United legend Kevin Keegan has blasted Mike Ashley, claiming the chairman runs the club "from another planet".
Sydney FC's top scorer Marc Janko has revealed he is leaving the club, adding fuel to speculation that Luca Toni is heading to Australia.
Geoff Cameron has committed his future to Stoke City, signing a new contract that will tie him to the Britannia Stadium until 2018.
Kevin Wimmer appears to be on the verge of a move to the Premier League, as the centre-back claims a move to Tottenham has been agreed.
Lewis Grabban has featured scarcely in the past few months, but Alex Neil is prepared to play him in Norwich City's play-off final.
The football world rallied around Rio Ferdinand following the death of his wife Rebecca, and the QPR defender thanked his well-wishers.
Martin Odegaard expressed pride at making his Real Madrid debut against Getafe on Saturday, as well as becoming their youngest player.
Star striker Patrick Bamford will be fit for Middlesbrough as they take on Norwich City in the Championship play-off final.
Barcelona proved their best was better than Real Madrid's with their La Liga triumph, according to coach Luis Enrique.
Carlo Ancelotti has put Real Madrid's trophyless end to the season down to key injuries in midfield.
Al Hilal and Guangzhou Evergrande are among the teams needing turnarounds in the AFC Champions League.
DC United held their spot at the top of the Eastern Conference in MLS, equalising late for a 1-1 draw at New England Revolution.
After Marseille's season finale, Marcelo Bielsa all but flagged an end to his coaching stint in Ligue 1.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has swatted speculation on his future aside, saying he is "150 per cent sure" he will stay at Anfield.
Thiago Silva and Blaise Matuidi were among the PSG duo already searching for their fourth trophy of 2014-15.
Jonas deserved the Primeira Liga golden boot, according to Benfica coach Jorge Jesus.
Benfica put in four goals to celebrate being handed the Primeira Liga trophy in style on Saturday.
Ligue 1's third representative in the UEFA Champions League next season will be Monaco, who sealed third with a 1-0 win at Lorient.